Circulation in Macroeconomics
(Courtesy of upload.wikimedia.org)
Having trouble finding an indicator?
Watch the videos below for basic introductions to some of the resources.
Search services like Google can help you find various organizations with useful economic data, but you must carefully look at the sources; some may not be trustworthy for accurate statistics. In most cases, you are better off looking for primary sources of the data or recognized data gatherers: central banks, the IMF or World Bank, United Nations agencies, etc.
Google now includes some statistical data from these sources in its own tables; see a description at Public Data (Google). But you must ascertain the source of the data and whether Google has accurately depicted that data.
As a general rule, always prefer the original source of the data!